Bellator 125 TV ratings increase 7 percent in +3 DVR numbers with 796,000 viewers

Bellator 125 took place last Friday night in Fresno, California and the preliminary television ratings (Live+SD) had 742,000 viewers with a peak viewership of 1.12 million.Bellator 125

The ratings for the broadcast went up 7 percent in the +3 DVR numbers with 796,000 viewers and the new peak of the broadcast in now 1.25 million.

With the viewership from last week’s card, the preliminary viewership (Live+SD) is now at 736,000 and the +3 DVR average is 803,000. The last two shows have been over 700,000 viewers and this has only happened one other time in 2014 for Bellator.

The average viewership for Bellator during season ten earlier this year was 683,000 and currently, the ratings are up 7 percent in season eleven. Time will tell if Bellator can continue the ratings increase or whether that number will come down to the season ten average by the end of the season.

The television ratings for the eleventh season of Bellator are below.

Bellator 123:
Live+SD: 667,000 with peak of 979,000
+3 DVR: 777,000 with peak of 1,193,000

Bellator 124:
Live+SD: 771,000 with peak of 1,271,000
+3 DVR: 836,000 with peak of 1,429,000

Bellator 125:
Live+SD: 742,000 with peak of 1,120,000
+3 DVR: 796,000 with peak of 1,250,000

Stay with for ongoing coverage of the Nielsen ratings battle between Bellator MMA and the UFC.